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On 26/06/05, Goran Finnberg wrote:
> Don Cox:
>
>> Muted trumpet is the test. The waveform is a series of spikes almost
>> identical in shape to typical clicks.
>
> Spiky yes but not much in common with a click/crackle. If they were it
> would indeed approximate to the sound of a crackle/click.

Look at the waveforms.

The reason it is heard as a sound with pitch is that the spikes are
repeated at regular intervals.
>
> But in a sense you're correct insofar that Cedar has a lot of problems
> with trumpets as it mistakes them from clicks.


Regards
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Don Cox
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